"Libertad," image by José Eugenio Gómez Rodríguez via Flickr licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Subscribe to us on YouTube
Subscribe to us on iTunes
Subscribe to our RSS Feed
Receive our Email Newsletter
Visit us at Luther Seminary
Register by Feb. 16 to receive a discount for the 2020 Festival of Homiletics, May 18-22, in Atlanta.
Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost
John 8:31-36 Commentary
by Lucy Lind Hogan
One year ago, the world took note of an important anniversary.
| Bible Text
Jeremiah 31:31-34 Commentary
by Margaret Odell
Early Christians recognized God’s utterly new and transformative work in Jesus Christ in Jeremiah’s description of the “new covenant.”1
Psalm 46 Commentary
by J. Clinton McCann
The good news of Psalm 46 is essentially the same as that of last week's psalm (see Psalm 91:9-16, Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost) -- that is, God is "with us."1
Romans 3:19-28 Commentary
by J.R. Daniel Kirk
The triumph of grace over law fanned the sparks of Luther’s troubled conscience into the blaze that became the Protestant Reformation.
Reformers In Our Midst
by Karoline Lewis
October 28, 2018
“Take courage, get up, he is calling you.”
Whether you are preaching this Sunday on Bartimaeus or with a Reformation celebration in mind, this is an invitation, a mantra, ...
SB441 - Reformation Sunday
Rebroadcast of a discussion on texts for Reformation Sunday (first posted on Oct. 25, 2015): (Gospel) John 8:31-36; (First Reading) Jeremiah 31:31-34; Psalm 46; (Second Reading) Romans 3:19-28.